Chris Joseph

Chris Joseph


Chris joined the WAFF 48 News team in May of 2018 and loves shining a light on new places and issues the public needs to know about. He's from all over- born in the suburbs of Philly, raised in Chapel Hill, NC and graduated from the University of Missouri. He's ready for all the new adventures the Tennessee Valley has offer.

Chris comes to Huntsville with degrees in Broadcast Journalism and Political Science. He got his start on-air at KOMU 8 News, the NBC affiliate in Columbia, MO. He reported, anchored and produced in mid-Missouri for two years while enrolled at the Missouri School of Journalism. He covered both daily news and long-form investigations. He broke the story of Missouri Governor Greitens' staying the execution of a death row inmate and investigated the two-year delay on charges for a sex offender.

In summer 2017, he interned with CBS News in New York City at the national desk. He helped CBS News identify, confirm and break news across the country. Chris has the local and national experience needed to serve the Tennessee Valley community.

When he's not reporting, he likes to read, hike and check out the town. Come football season you'll find him rooting on the *Missouri* Tigers, UNC Tar Heels and his Philadelphia Eagles.

Recent Articles by Chris

  As the return to classrooms near, the feature is unclear for Huntsville contract workers

  Madison County volunteer fire departments say they need more funding

  Lawyers weigh the consequences of postponed jury trials

  Huntsville eyes converting street lights to LED’s; could save the city budget millions

  State senator files bill to curb COVID-19 lawsuits

  Construction begins on south Huntsville multipurpose development

  Alabama bankers: Apply for federal aid while money remains, paperwork is lighter

  As businesses reopen, employees faced with consequences of (not) returning

  ADPH using 120 contact tracers to track COVID-19

  As pandemic drags on, nonprofit/business coalition grows by 30 percent

  Huntsville aiming for July completion of Cecil Ashburn lane expansion

  UAB Huntsville medical students contact tracing for state public health department

  Huntsville city departments cut budgets over projected tax shortfall

  Retail businesses take different paths as state opens

  As PPP delays persist, Arts Huntsville credits local bank in securing funding

  Falkville farm seeing spike in customers during pandemic

  Students petition UAH over in-person tuition for online classes

  Boaz testing site leadership reporting 80-100 tests a day

Fayetteville restaurant cashes in on rolled back COVID-19 regulations

  City of Albertville issues memo on multi-family homes and legal consequences

  Huntsville-based coalition running food bank for undocumented immigrants

  Albertville plants give mixed responses when questioned on COVID-19

  Albertville Wayne Farms employee: COVID-19 procedures not being followed

  Construction starts on new Madison elementary school

  Employees staying home as COVID-19 cases at Wayne Farms in Albertville rise

  Weeks later, physical therapist waiting on PPP loan

  Thrive Alabama to offer testing in the Cavalry Hill community

  South Huntsville manufacturer making masks for Valley hospitals

  E-commerce company opens China-to-Huntsville direct pipeline for protective gear

  Alabama banks, businesses looking for answers as PPP runs out of money